I remember the 2099 issue.
Personally the last thing I want is little Castle babies running around, and I'm not going to squeel like a little school girl because Frank got some. You can keep it as far as I'm concerned.
I also didnt like the suggestion that murder gets Frank sexually excited. I think theres been that kind of suggestion about Elektra in the past, but Frank has always been described as killing in a much more mechanical manner, feeling next to nothing apart from just a cold, pragmatic satisfaction.
Hopefully this is just Frank taking addvantage of the opportunity for a quick roll in the hay. I dont need another reason to be disappointed with Thunderbolts at the moment - I'm on the cusp of dumping it, and if Frank starts writing love letters and listening to emo music then that will probably be me done...
Just so we are clear on something, I wasn't squeeing that Frank got some from Elektra, I was simply pointing out the 2099 oneshot.
I don't think murder gets Frank aroused either but they do seem to be writing him as an adrenaline junkie in this book and that I do not like.
However the recent War Zone mini has basically written Frank into a corner now: unless he is part of some covert paramilitary group like the Thunderbolts, he cannot operate solo again or else he risks the Avengers coming down on him again.